snek - An experimental system for writing generative systems

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This library is specifically written to be useful for a broad range of ways in which I create art using various generative algorithms. A simple (graph) data structure for working with vertices and edges The structure is named snek; the name is explained below. This structure is combined with a programming pattern for applying changes to the structure. The pattern relies on alterations, see below.

https://inconvergent.net/2017/snek-is-not-an-acronym/
https://github.com/inconvergent/snek

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